Some further studies on the uniqueness of meromorphic functions sharing three sets
In this paper we improve and rectify two recent results of Banerjee and Majumder (Analysis 34(2):143–162, 2014) relating to the uniqueness of meromorphic functions sharing three sets. We also show that the uniqueness of two nonconstant meromorphic functions can be achieved without any condition on deficiency when at least one of the functions under consideration assumes a certain value.
KeywordsMeromorphic function Uniqueness Set sharing
Mathematics Subject Classification30D35
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